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Grateful Dead Live at Fillmore East on 1970-09-19


Topics Live concert


Sugar Magnolia > Tuning, Dark Star, St. Stephen > Not Fade Away > Darkness Jam > China Cat Jam > Not Fade Away > Turn On Your Lovelight, Youngbloods: Get Together... > Phil and Pigpen speak > Youngbloods: ...Get Together


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Fillmore East
Location New York City, NY

Source Soundboard
Lineage SBD > MR > DAT > CD > EAC > shntool > mkwACT > SHN
Taped by
Transferred by Seth Kaplan

Notes

MSR > DAT > CD or SBD> Rm> Reel> Dat> Sonic Solutions> CD; EAC> SHN by Seth Kaplan; more complete than previously etreed versions

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Reviews

Reviewer: thejunkwasrockin - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 20, 2015
Subject: WHAT NO TRUCKING?
I'M SORRY, I MEANT TO WRIGHT SCARLET->FIRE NOT TERRAPIN.
Reviewer: jackaro - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 18, 2015
Subject: junk is rockin?
best scarlet fire? 4 years before the first one ? disappointed that they didn't play terrapin even though no one heard it before swing auditorium February 77??? you must be psychic!!!
Reviewer: bluestones - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 28, 2014
Subject: The Psychedelic Jimi Hendrix Memorial Concert
I burned the Dark Star-Final Get Together onto a playlist and named it "The Psychedelic Jimi Hendrix Memorial Concert".

The most beautiful, darkest, most terrifying "Star" ever to grace the canyons of my ears.
Reviewer: dreatimeland - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 15, 2012
Subject: I have been transported. TIME and PLACE
I just skip to the Dark Star. The audience is riveted silent. You can hear the minds and walls melting!Then to be lifted straight back out by Saint Stephen. Also, the China Cat had wonderful dual guitar tones and interplay. I was like is there another guitar player, other than Bobby, accompanying Garcia? Certainly not. The Get Together, which is not the GD or any other live band is a recording NO DOUBT. We have been to the shows and know the drill! That song really captured that time though and how apprpriate with the audience riding out on a cloud and clapping in unison with the intermittent horn blowing. I can so imagine it I can almost taste it. I have been transported.
Reviewer: phineas_freakears - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 27, 2012
Subject: Dark star is far out!!!
Certainly the best ive ever listened to. Gorgeous spacy jamming, and Jerrys work in the feeling groovy jam just blasts the song into psychedelic uphoria! Not only is Jerry nailing it, but Bobbys rythym playing is also very interesting.
Reviewer: clementinescaboose - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 4, 2010
Subject: ridiculous
behold the ridiculousness.
Reviewer: keyshawn_ramblin - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 27, 2010
Subject: Great memories..
I won't review the music, others have already sung this night's praises wonderfully.

I give this show a "five" with the understanding that this work of art is infinite in its legacy, transcending space and time...so ranking it, really is somewhat meaningless.

Gans played this as part of a special extended DeadHour after Jerry's passing. I remember sitting in my buddy Jumbo's basement in '95, XLIIs ready, with a few choice friends - both young and old...recording everything from that amazing FM broadcast. It was a night I'll cherish forever because of the friends, the moment in time, and because of the symphonic masterpieces that Jerry inspired.
Reviewer: freecasey - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 29, 2009
Subject: Deep s$#!
The night after Hendrix died (RIP), the boys put a little extra "oomph" into this mindblowing Dark Star. The first time I heard it, I could almost imagine them channeling elements of Hendrix' "1983...(A Merman I Should Turn to Be)">"Moon, Turn the Tides...Gently Gently Way."
Reviewer: craw - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 28, 2009
Subject: .Subject: why chop jams up into diff tracks
Subject: why chop jams up into diff tracks
this fn kills me....deadheads unite...why///// must we listen to an incredible show wonderfully matrixed, and have the split second of magic, the segue, hinge swinging into a new song....get taken up by a one second bit of dead air as we change "songs"...even on the m3u vbr stream...why cant we have an option to stream it as one long file....please....please...please....
Reviewer: fiflyer - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 23, 2009
Subject: saw it live
like crossbayray12/24/06 post, i was lucky to be at the fillmore on 9/19 for my first show. what an introduction to the world's greatest band!i can assure you the youngbloods were not there live and seastones is right. the music was playing w/ the lights up as the aud. was calling for more(as if they could've handled any more!) this tape is just a small part of the festivities as there was an awsome acoustic set and a new riders set w/jerry onpedal steel too.
Reviewer: AceOHearts - - January 10, 2009
Subject: Bed, Bath, and Beyond have made a mockery
I looked this specific date up for fun, as a few months ago I picked up a poster from bed, bath, and beyond advertising the Dead playing at Wesleyan College on this date with The Kinks opening. It is clearly a good show though and I can't wait to dig into it.
Reviewer: seastones_eep_hour - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 21, 2008
Subject: Youngbloods
Hey now. I'm "5 Nines", aka 99.999% sure the Youngbloods you hear AFTER the show is AFTER the show, just Bill Graham potting up some exit music to move the crowd. I was at most of the '70's Fillmore E. shows and if I had missed the Youngbloods someone woulda told me by now :-) Check the crowd noise, during Get Together. it's consistent with the lights being turned on. Nice Darkness Darkness though earlier! :-) THAT was live!
Reviewer: balaw28 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 9, 2008
Subject: The Fucking Lovelight
Hi-lights- Mornings dew, Easy Wind, Dark Star > St. Stephen > Darkness, Darkness jam > Turn On Your Love Light**


This is your classic 70’s show great set-list and a great lovelight. The taper is said to be Marty Weinberg but that is not a fact but just speculation. If it was Marty that in deed record this wasn’t his usual superb work. The show takes patience to listen to but if your a dead head youll tough it out and the music will prevail. I love the easy wind, its a great prelude to what bobby did the following night ripping away at the solo. nothing insane but still a great show in my opinion. I love the loveight,since you can tell pig’s drank a little to much as usual lol. At one point he even gets the audience involved in playing match maker and the jams are great to like most lovelights with that great comeback ending of “let it shine, let it shine, let it shine”. and man what a show and an audience you hear them shouting out the words as loud as the band motivating them as much as the dead were to the audience. sound quality is ok but i didn't let me hold back from listening to it for the first set but the second set is a must have, trust me.

Bobby- “Pig pend did you say fuck”
Pig- “i said FUCK! now let me tell yall a dirty story”


NOTE:
*The first part of the show is only available in the AUD version by Marty Weinberg since the dead were facing some equipment trouble. Bu t From The Dark Star to the end its fucking amazing quality!*

This show is labeled as many others which are wrong!! The True 9-19-1970 set-list

Morning Dew, Me and My uncle, good morning lil school girl, cold rain and snow, easy wind, Dark Star > St. stephen > NFA > Darkness, Darkness Jam > Chinacat Sunflower Jam > NFA (Reprise) > Turn On Your Lovelight**

Source- Marty Weinberg and “The Dead Heads Taping Compendium”

Will Trade Shows - Albarracin@vzw.blackberry.net - you need hem i got e’m no money just for free. Just spread the music and love the dead stood for. And yes i have this one whole set-list including SBD ending thats awesome
Reviewer: SKYBONE - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 7, 2008
Subject: lovelight
dang
Reviewer: Dunkelstar - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 2, 2008
Subject: this show is a gem
Fantastic set. . . tight all around from start to finish. This is my dead era . . .

The Dark Star is exceptional, pure magic. It has a trippy middle section that goes into a fantastic jam and eventually comes back to the tradtional DS medley. Some might argue it's not the best one played, but who cares really. It's right up there with the best of the best.

The St. Stephen actually is well played note for note, the intro is well done and comes on strong into a slow paced rendition for this era. After the middle transition they pick it up considerably with the energy to go into one of the best NFA's I've ever heard.

NFA is steller because of the energy, and due to the fact they played two high octane jams during it. This show has the best of the four darkness jams for sure. I can listen to this over and over. Drums and guitar are in perfect match . . .

Lovelight is per usual for this era, PigPen going on rants and rolls with the music. A long one but one that you can make it easily through from start to finish. (I say this because some of these can go on and on.) Great jams throughout with Jerry hanging onto the theme and just going at it.

FYI . . . download the matrix mix of this. 80% SBD with the remainder being two AUD mixes I believe. Amazing quality . . . hats off to the matrixer Chris Chappell. You can find the BT pretty easily . . . with plenty of seeders usually . . . cough . . . bt.etree.org (Get all your tunes here people! Seed the music!)


;)
Reviewer: banksmc311 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 11, 2008
Subject: am i the only one?
that finds the scratchy noise annoying during dark star? I've got on head phones right now and its messing with me. too loud for my taste, I think its ruining this DS for me.
Reviewer: JamminJerome - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 16, 2007
Subject: Short but Sweet
Good show, although I am less inclined to give it 5 stars than other reviewers. Sure, there's some great stuff here but there's not much. The Dark Star is good and the Lovelight is fun but there's better versions of both by far. Very good, but not quite 5 stars. 4.5 rounded down because the rest of the show is only available in crappy AUD sound.
Reviewer: phidelio - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 20, 2007
Subject: phreaky
Hear a phreaked out Dark Star that goes to the far reaches of the cosmos before morphing into an embryo version of the Feelin Groovy transition that would later come betwixt China>Rider. Hear Jerry beast the China Cat guitar part that would traditionally be played by Weir in years to come. Hear the phreaked out "Darkness jam" that comes out of nowehere. But if nothing else, hear Pigpen at his nastiest. Our man rolls out near the end of Not Fade Away and is pretty rowdy from the get go. The band goes into a raunchy Lovelight... little do they know that Pigpen will say "fuck" 3 times before the end of the night.

listen
Reviewer: brendanmcauley - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 22, 2007
Subject: stream and go kind dead
This is a great show and we are so lucky that it is available. In regards to the internet cache mentioned below from SID; that is interesting. I like to stream the shows through my home stereo and use an FM transmitter, which gives it great sound on MONO (dolby) and I often hit record on my cd burner and get a nice board on disc. I like your idea because it is easier. I have mot tried it yet.

Anyway, this show is killer and all i have heard so far is Stephen but I sampled some quality and it is top sbd quality; how can a sbd from this era not be a 5 star show.

Cheers!
Reviewer: Zaorish - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 16, 2007
Subject: A Dark Star, St. Stephen, Lovelight, for the freakin' Ages
Unbelieveable sound quality, top notch playing. No complaints. When I play this for non-heads, they actually like it.
Reviewer: Stephanie Brown - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 11, 2007
Subject: Scrapy percussion thing
This is a lovely show, however I'm a 1971 girl. The Dead changed my life !

The scapy percussion thing is called a guiro (I think it literally means "fish" `cos of its shape. It is a Latin American instrument. This link gives more details -
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%BCiro

I'm guessing it was played by Mickey rather than Bill.

The St. Stephen is really nice on this show.
Reviewer: crossbayray - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 24, 2006
Subject: one memorable night
The electricity was in the air that night. I was fortunate enough to have witnessed this show. I have seen more than 100 GD performances but i have to tell you this one was always my favorite. What i will always remember was when the electric set opened one of the first three songs was "Morning DEw". When Phils bomb opened the beginning of the song a fellow listener started jumping. He actually got to the bottom level of the mezzanine before the ushers caught him and of course the band just kept playin' with wide smiles on their faces. Great seats, great sound, great acid,.....Whew
Reviewer: iplaybassguitar30 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 1, 2006
Subject: ??
sid is it possible for you to email me how to do that? or at least describe it a bit more for us not so computer-savy?? thank you
Reviewer: maxjw - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 14, 2006
Subject: great show
please email me the specs too

p.s this show is ON FIRE!!!!definetley a five
Reviewer: rpmFADEAWAY - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 21, 2006
Subject: Where do I locate my internet cache?
Yo Sid, can you email the specifics of this process??
Reviewer: sid weiss - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 10, 2006
Subject: how to download shows
how to get the new streamed shows
Stream the show ...go to sleep ..wake up in the morning and drag and drop from your internet cashe'..just don't forget to increase your internet cashe' folder meggage..all files will be there just like before ...
Reviewer: DeadHead87 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 30, 2005
Subject: In Regard to the Youngbloods
I have had this show for a short while now and am thoroughly blown away at its beauty. I was however wondering if anyone has any info about the youngbloods appearance at the show. Their performance is spectacular and i was just curious if this was planned out or a spurr of the moment type thing or what? any info would be much appreciated.
Reviewer: spooksgroove - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 17, 2005
Subject: great show
get this classic for sure..but are there any sources for the rest of the show? anyway gret dark star and lovelight for sure. check this out
Reviewer: deadhead12345 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 29, 2005
Subject: Dark Star
The jam at the 16 minute mark in dark star is the same jam they played in between china cat> rider in '73 and '74.

Great show.
Reviewer: smi2les - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 18, 2005
Subject: are you expereinced?
have you ever been expereinced ?
well if you count eating jerry's tomatoes, then I have. haven't listened to this boot as yet, but I'm sure the boyz, as well as others felt it too.
excess me while I kiss this guy. /;
Reviewer: cowboy_rex - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 5, 2005
Subject: Kansas is about to go bye bye
Dark Star is incredible!!
Reviewer: capn doubledose - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 14, 2005
Subject: Spectacular
This is really top form all the way through. Lovelight is a whopper.
Reviewer: dead trail - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 9, 2005
Subject: Darkstar!!!!
Hold on to the 13.30min.+ area and then let go. Following is an extended Dark Star Jam that defines Grateful Dead at their fine, fine, finest. You can only wonder what the world would be if everyone heard here what we hear.
Reviewer: seedanrun - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 19, 2005
Subject: Oh, geez!
Wow! Stop reading the freakin' reviews and start downloading! After 18 years of listening to these guys, they can still leave me flabbergasted...
Reviewer: whirlwind dreamer 65-95 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 12, 2005
Subject: darkstar jam at 16 mins
these jams are smoking it sounds to me like dicky betts was on stage, ds jam reminds me briefly of revival from the allman bros. who knows? a+ show and sound dont pass this by!!!thankx archive
Reviewer: jeffo20 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 3, 2005
Subject: Holy Crap!!!
Now THAT'S what they were all about!
Reviewer: Martin M. Pedersen - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 24, 2005
Subject: Best dark star + lovelight. Pigpen is perfect
Best Dark Star for 1970. Pigpen's rap is so
great in Lovelight.

My favorite pre 1972 show.
Reviewer: phl7@cornell.edu - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 21, 2005
Subject: One of the great ones....
The NFA>Darkness>China Cat Jam>NFA is ridiculous. I listen pretty seriously to this stuff (1970-79) and I would put this up there with the top ten sets of the era. Does riff/jam at 16 min. deep in darkstar have a name? Turn the TV off, unplug the phone, and turn the speakers up. Heaven.
Reviewer: scarlet>fire - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 18, 2005
Subject: One of the great ones...
The NFA>Darkness>China Cat Jam>NFA is ridiculous. I listen pretty seriously to this stuff (1970-79) and I would put this up there with the top ten sets of the era. Does riff/jam at 16 min. deep in darkstar have a name? Turn the TV off, unplug the phone, and turn the speakers up. Heaven.
Reviewer: phleshy - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 1, 2005
Subject: Uh-huh.
This show is the shit. Fantastic SBD quality; every instrument is well-placed and perfectly clear, but never seems lifeless like many Dead SBDs. Great St. Stephen, incredible NFA (with two very interesting jams sandwiched in between), and an unforgettable Lovelight, with the following exchange:
Pigpen: "Ain't no use in playin' no games. If you're next to some young lady, just say, 'Uh, ma'am, let's fuck.'"
Bobby: "Uh Pigpen, did you say 'fuck'?"
Pigpen: "I said 'FUCK!!!!!'"
Classic.

The only thing I will quibble about (as much as I can quibble about this fantastic show) is the Dark Star. Yes it's certainly excellent, but is it the greatest ever, like everybody says? No. 12/6/73, 11/2/69, 2/13/70, 2/27/69, 11/11/73, and a few others are considerably better than this one. But that's just IMO. It's still a great show.
Reviewer: darkstarpat - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 24, 2005
Subject: Dark Star
Everyone has their favorite Dark Star. The notables are obviously 4/8/72, 5/11/72, 11/11/73, 2/13/70 (D.P. 4), and 10/31/71 (D.P. 2) but this is, in my opinon, their greatest. Played the day after Jimi Hendrix died, it seems like Bob and Jerry are possessed by his spirit. They fire into the jam at about the 16th minute and never look back. The band hits 3 distinctive peaks, before settling back into Dark Star, and transitioning into St. Stephen. The Not Fade Away absolutely rips, with a great China Cat jam. Do Not pass this up.
Reviewer: gratefulshrink - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 24, 2005
Subject: Dark Star Explained
Amazing show hands down. The jam starting 16 minutes into Dark Star is the Feelin' Groovy jam. Then, after NFA, they do the Darkness, Darkness riff from the Youngbloods tune of that name. Regardless, this show is great!
Reviewer: boogiesession - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 28, 2005
Subject: dark dark star
darkness jam(Song:'Once There was a Time',Band:Ten Years After) Had to check my record collection on that one!
Reviewer: jordan5k - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 18, 2005
Subject: Uncle John's Dark Star
This Dark Star is unique. Jerry establishes the tone early, letting out a long feedback squeal. The Space Jam following the first verse is deep, sparse, textured and purposeful. The band builds out of it beautifully, morphing into an upbeat, two or three minute jam on the uncle john's band cord progression (I think?), before returning to more typical DS territory and the final verse. Profound stuff.
Reviewer: phildead - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 10, 2005
Subject: ...Dark Star - WOW
This is the best Dark Star I've ever heard! Holy shit it just takes you for a ride!!! I want the kool-aid they were drinkin that night :) Love Pig's send off - simply classic!!!
Souund A
Set A+
Reviewer: tombanjo - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 21, 2005
Subject: Percussion?
I agree, a really nice Dark Star and superb audio quality. Can someone tell me what that little scraping, mechanical sounding instrument one of the percussionists is using during the opening passage before the first vocals? It's a little more overpowering than usual in this version.
Reviewer: skwimite - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 17, 2005
Subject: Beautiful Dark Star
This is one of the most beautiful transluscent Dark Stars ever played. The quiet passages are simply amazing. I can't believe this was performed live on a stage in front of an audience.It has such an intimacy to it. Sound quality is superb. 5 stars eazy. Get it.
Reviewer: rdsmith - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 13, 2005
Subject: If only it were the whole show
This is what a good sounding tape from the period sounds like. Too bad the next night doesn't sound this good.
Reviewer: agman - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 21, 2004
Subject: Barn Burner
This show was #311/312 on GDH, and David Gans said it best " this show lit the fire of untold Grateful Dead fans " The other download has the start of the set ( from Morning Dew on ) don't pass these extra's cause schoolgirl is pigpen's last

A BIG THANK YOU TO ARCHIVE and everyone who uploads
Reviewer: ravj61 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 5, 2004
Subject: Wow!
This Dark Star is flashback central. I'm still not quite feeling myself. Rest of the show is so so. This DS is a must have, however. Where's the acoustic set???
Reviewer: ssj - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 20, 2004
Subject: Another Dark Star Rave
I've been seriously binging on this amazing site since I discovered it a few weeks ago, and this Dark Star is the greatest track I've found so far. Jerry is most assuredly playing a Dark Star for Jimi. He opens with a beautiful wistful eulogy for their fallen psychedelic comrade. The lyrics are sung very deliberately with a special emphasis on the "shall we go, you and I WHILE WE CAN". A really dark sad "void" follows the lyrics before a gorgeous and powerful resurrection finishes it off. An extraordinarily emotional and cohesive Dark Star...better than any of the classics I've heard so far. WOW. The rest of this show is a very joyous wake. Very nice quality taboot. 5++
Reviewer: dr. flashback - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 12, 2004
Subject: got Dark Star?
If you think the best Dark Stars are in 1969, then listen to this one! It's a shame the whole show isn't available, it could well be one of the top shows. As it is, the Dark Star is so magical and well played, I have to give it 5 stars. Not too many Dark Stars in 1970 have this kind of luminescence. Worth getting! Now wonder what the Morning Dew opener sounded like? UPDATE - let me add that the band is playing very well on all these tracks, very polished they don't waste a note from St. Stephen on to the end. Plus, I just realized this fantastic 20 minute Lovelight also has the dubious distinction of being the only one I know of where, in the middle of his "hands in your pockets" rap, Pigpen instructs the guys on how to pick up the ladies by saying - "Hey maam, let's FUCK" - and the crowd goes wild! Definitely not PC, but that's Pig. A high energy show and again, with the entire show this could be one of year's best. Where or where??
Dr. Flashback ;-)
Reviewer: flashbackmagic - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 21, 2004
Subject: Bold as Love
another great example of some sizzling music. They reached up and out, and brought the energy to another level as they were famous for doing. On this night, something extra seemed to be in the air. Was it the fact that Jimi Hendrix had been found dead the night before(with Janis short to follow)? Something pursueded the dead that night in NY, and the emotions were bold as love.
The Dark Star starts out in a somber mood, and evolves into an electrical thunderstorm of improvisation and pshychedelia. Tbe spirit of Hendrix lies within the music forever captured here, and was truely a magical Experience. What the rest of the show had to offer, is maybe lost forever, along with the heart and soul of Jimi Hendrix...Being that only part of the show has surrfaced, This and the life of Hendrix are two masterpieces cut short, and before their time.
Enjoy
Reviewer: Jeffrey-O - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 3, 2004
Subject: Download this set and play it loud!!!
This is a beautiful snapshot of 70's Dead!! What a Dark star!!!! Great sound, despite some hiccups here and there.
Reviewer: Jeffrey-O - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 3, 2004
Subject: Download this set and play it loud!!!
This is a beautiful snapshot of 70's Dead!! What a Dark star!!!! Great sound, despite some hiccups here and there.
Reviewer: reefer_man2830 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 1, 2004
Subject: Great All Around Show!
This is my favourite 70 Dark Star! It's kind of like 2-13-70's younger, peppier brother! Everything is played great, and Pig Pen is in fine form!
Good sound to boot!
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